A recommended method of learning about Go is to play through games by professional players; or some prefer to play through games by players slightly stronger than themselves. You can do this with a printed record and a physical Go board. But unless you are very competent, you may find that most of your concentration is spent on following the record accurately and correcting the inevita
Joker Go (8 players):
1. Tony Atkins
2. Michael Marz
9x9 Go (40 players):
1. Emil Nijhuis (5 dan NL)
2. Jana Rueten-Budde (12 kyu DE)
3. Jan-Wilhelm Bouman (10 kyu NL)
Pits (cards) (35 players):
1. Matti Siivola
2. Anna Griffiths
Team Go (18 teams):
1. "Cheburashka" Kulkov /Gavrilov /Tchebourakhov
2. "No Skat" Schnoering /Hartmann /Teodorescu
3. "Agi": Bergsaker /Mitchisson /Annovi
There were a record 21 players this year at the Trigantius Novices’ tournament in Cambridge. In the morning there was a teaching session, covering Capturing Races, Tactical Tricks and Life & Death. The tournament took place in the afternoon. Most games were played on 13×13 boards but a few were played on 9×9.
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